Public Voices is a unique journal that focuses on historical, artistic and reflective expression concerning public administrators and the public service.

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Unlike traditional social science journals, Public Voices publishes unorthodox, controversial perspectives on bureaucracy in particular and the public sector in general. The material is not limited to analytical articles but also includes original fiction, poetry, photographs, art, critiques of existing works, and insights based on experience, observation and research. Among the journal’s contributors are public servants, writers, artists, and academics in all fields.

 

Public Voices is published by National Center for Public Performance (NCPP) at the School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA), Rutgers University – Campus at Newark.


Vol 14, No 2 (2016)


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“Shakespeare – Tempest, Act 1, Scene 1.” Painted by G. Romney, engraved by B. Smith; published by J. & J. Boydell at the Shakespeare Gallery, Pall Mall, London, 1797. The print depicts the shipwrecked sailors being washed ashore; Prospero and Miranda are standing on the right. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, D.C.

Announcements

 

Public Voices Call for Symposia Topics and Issue Editors

 
We seek ideas for special issues as well as dedicated and knowledgeable editors to “host” these issues.  
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Call for Manuscripts, Book, and Film Reviews

 
Public Voices is now accepting submissions for volume XVI.

All manuscript submissions are evaluated on a blind, peer-reviewed basis. 

Submissions received by October 1st will be considered for a winter issue, while those received by April 1st will be evaluated for a summer issue.

 
Posted: 2016-11-21
 
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